Yes, this possible because the P67 chipset comes with PCH and this controller supports Raid 0.
If your RAID array was bootable you should not boot the RAID volume. Instead, add another disk and install an operating system, there you can see the content of your RAID array.
If you are interested in additional information see below:
I've moved both RAID0 and RAID1 from ICH9 to a P67 motherboard and booted right up directly to the raid with no problem whatsoever... obviously you should check bios BEFORE first boot to make sure it's sata suport is set to RAID....